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Sep 16, 2012 9:30am EDT
. reading, writing and arithmetic. until they get -- we have big issue in baltimore in the complaint is that the buildings are crumbling. you know what, there was a time when my parents went a school that was one room and one shared a book for four or five grades they were very successful. not about the building it's about what is going on in the pulling. i think parents need to be better informed that the children deserve more and aren't getting what they're paying for. >> the question that you raised earlier is not the testing, per ses bad. it's that if you tie teacher evaluations to test results you're incentivising teacher to do the wrong thing. only incentivising them to sort of teach answers to tests. and the national academy of sciences, the rand corporation there are studies that say this is just not effective way to motivate. that's what's the unions aa fighting for is to have a better level of understanding about sort of how to help teachers do well, not just focus on test results. >> but why is the country are we so hung up on testing then? i mean it started under bush with no chi
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